The current mantra for entrepreneurship in the United States is that of “success through failure”. It’s become a nearly religious belief among the web industry ilk as people have many, many failures until they have a success; usually burning through untold millions of other people’s money in the process. If only winemaking were so forgiving. If you’re lucking enough to start up a winery, having year after year of skunk vintages isn’t going to see people suddenly heralding the fact that you finally made a good one. You’ll most likely […]
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